Great to see a multi-track app arrive for Android. I think it is a first, or at least it is the first I’ve seen anyway.
Only a little update for this app but good to know that it is still getting developed.
- Fixes bug where changes to squares might not save.
- Updated graphics to support retina display.
- Updated for iOS 4.1
Only from $1.79 to $1.19. Still, it is a bit cheaper now.
Another update to Basic! the retro coding app. I have to admit that I am having a lot of fun with this app already. Just running little bits of code as examples and starting to have a play with the music function that came in the last update.
Anyway, here’s what’s in this update:
- Input, Len, CHR$ & Color Features!
- Paste Code into Editor! Enjoy!
- Now, set the Background & Text Color in Terminal!
- Enhanced Input and Len Functions. Additions to Help Screen.
Confirmation of what’s new in SoundPrism:
- Recording Feature was added – record and email your compositions right from your iPhone, iPod or iPad.
- Note names can now be made visible.
- Improved bass. Fuller sound when playing quickly with more then one finger. SoundPrism is now less then 20MB to download.
- Pitch Space System has been improved: The circularity of the diatonic subspace is now fully implemented. SoundPrism is now less then 20MB to download.
ChrisLody | October 31, 2010
This is a bit of a departure from my normal Lofi videos but i just finished modding a gamboy color so i thought i’d do a video of it.
The mod to the gameboy color is a prosound mod which adds an extra output. At the start of the video i use the normal headphone jack to show the difference in level. My GBC had a blow speaker so i installed an extra jack in place of it. There is still some noise but that just appears to be part of the sound of Pocket Music as i also tried the music software built into the gameboy camera and that sounded nice and clean. In the past i’ve also used Imageline’s Edison to remove noise from signals like this.
The software is Pocket Music. I created this track ‘Z80’ years ago but i still realy like it. Pocket Music is nice and simple to use but can still produce some cool sounds. Its also available on the GBA but i wouldn’t recommend that version as it sounds horrid.